Gerard Maron ’87 is the youngest of six children and was born and raised in Oradell, NJ, He graduated from St. Joseph School in Oradell in 1983. After spending his freshman year of high school in the Netherlands, he followed in the footsteps of his two older brothers, Eddie (76) and Michael (’77) and enrolled at Bergen Catholic, graduating in 1987. After Bergen, he went on to earn a full-tuition scholarship from Providence College, graduating in 1991 with a BS in accounting, In 1997, he also earned an MBA in finance from Columbia University. He has been working at PWC for 29 years as a CPA and a partner in the deals advisory business. Gerard has always lived the mission of Bergen Catholic and attributes a lot of who he is and where he is today to the foundation that BC gave him. While ar Bergen, Gerard was active in many sports and activities. He was a member of the soccer team and the indoor and outdoor track teams. As a pole vaulter, Gerard excelled earning second team all-county honors and placing 2nd in the state sectional meet during his Senior year. He and his good friend, John Wohner ’87, still hold the two-man and three-man pole-vaulting records at BC, records that have held for 33 years Gerard has also been quite active at BC since graduation. He served on the Bergen Catholic Board from 2003 through 2012 and was Chairman of the Board from 2008 through 2012. He is also a Bergen Catholic class chair and member of the BC Alumni Board. In 2013, he was awarded the Bergen Catholic Founder’s Medal, the highest honor that can be bestowed by the school. Gerard currently resides in Oradell with bis wife of over 23 years, Christine, and their three children, Micaela (20). Erin (18) and Brian (16). Brian is currently a sophomore at BC and will graduate in 2022.